W 255 Church of England Worship: A Basic Guide for Those Who Need to Know


Worship in the Church of England ranges from the grandeur of cathedrals, through the informality of the urban charismatic church, all the way to BCP in a village parish church. Does it have a core in common?

This masterly answers ‘yes’, and explores the relationship between national rules and local improvisation, core approaches and flexible application. Drawing on the author’s long experience and wide expertise, it offers an ideal introduction and overview.

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Author: Mark Earey

Mark Earey has been teaching liturgy to Anglican and Methodist ministerial students (and a lot of other people too) at The Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham for the last nine years. Previously he was Team Rector of Morley, West Yorkshire, and National Education Officer for Praxis

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